After Governor Whitmer announced that Michigan K-12 schools would remain closed the for rest of this school year, Kalamazoo Public Schools issued a statement:

"This order discusses remote learning and ensures school employees will be paid for the remainder of the year.Kalamazoo Public Schools Interim Superintendent Gary Start said, “Kalamazoo Public Schools has been working diligently in anticipation of this executive order to develop alternative learning plans to best serve our 13,000 students. Although the details of the plan are still in development, we can assure families that we will be offering appropriate and accessible learning opportunities for our students. We know that families have many questions about the impact of this announcement, and we will continue to share information as plans are made." - Kalamazoo Public Schools statement

KPS says it will continue offering “grab-and-go” meals for students "at two dozen distribution sites three times a week. In addition, learning packets are available at each site. KPS has developed an online resource for families, The Learning Hub, which is continually being updated."

For a list of food distribution sites and a link to The Learning Hub, visit ​​.

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